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Quantitative V Qualitative Research Comparisons

Would you help me to get started on the following question: When looking at psychological research, you will find there are many scientists who avoid using qualitative data. Examine the various statistical techniques described for different study designs. Do you see more qualitative or quantitative references? Why do you thin

Information

Looking for information on how dispositional theories affect individual personalities

Examining social behavior and its influences

Looki Social behavior has been the target of an immense amount of study by psychologists. Numerous "reality" shows on television have also gained the public attention through interesting portrayals of human behavior, such as interpersonal attraction, group membership, conformity, obedience, aggression, and conflict. -What a

Brief example of a media source that uses a celebrity

A brief summary of an example from a media source that uses a celebrity or authority figure to make an untrustworthy appeal. Describe the example and explain why the information presented may not be trustworthy based on the evidence presented.

Research Methods

Research studies evaluate the Ethics of the research methods employed using the APA of Ethics.

Define social psychology

a. Define social psychology. b. Discuss how social psychology differs from other related disciplines (e.g., clinical psychology, general psychology, sociology). c. Explain the role of research in social psychology.

Brief overview of mnemonics and learning

Explain briefly the role of mnemonics and learning. describe at least two different mnemonic techniques â?" one that you believe would be beneficial to you and one that you believe would not be beneficial to you. explain why and why not

Operant Conditioning

How could you use operant conditioning to change a bad habit? Also, please help me to understand the difference between negative reinforcers and punishment as they relate to operant conditioning.

Self-enhancement strategies

This solution outlines and describes the various strategies that individuals use to enhance their self-concept and self-esteem.

Group and self-identity

What is a group, Explain the relationship between groups and a person's self-definition, a person's identity. Do groups help define who we are?

Is Social Psychology different than Sociology?

In what way is Social Psychology different than Sociology or different from Psychology? And why do you think a social psychology class would be important to a student of the social sciences?

Advances in the Future of Psychology

The field of Psychology from the years 2010 to 2060 will evolve into cross-cultural, holistic psychology, particularly in the creation of a universal psychology that is applicable to all people of the world regardless of cultural background. Imagine that you are 50 years in the future and you are being asked to speak about P

Is something sexual harassment?

In this example do see this as sexual harassment or not and could you describe why you think the way you do? I myself do not see this as sexual harassment. However, letâ??s switch the gender of the people involved, would you describe whether or not this changes your view on whether or not it is an example of sexual harassment?

Persuasion attributes

What factors affect persuasion and which one has the biggest influence? Why do you think so? (Reply in 200 words or more and provide reference)

Define learning

What is the definition of learning? what role does behavior play in learning? what are two different types of learning ? Be sure to describe each one in your response. what is the relationship between learning and cognition? provide a specific example and be sure to define cognition. APA sytles and references

Workplace Drug Screening

Workplace Drug Screening Can you help me with approximately 600-800 words describing the legal and ethical issues of workplace drug testing. Specifically looking for information on: 1) Types of drug tests (urinalysis, sweat tests, hair, blood, etc.) 2) Reliability of drug testing methods (most to least reliab

Organization develop commercial

You have been hired by an advertising firm that is developing a series of commercials for family-oriented products geared toward the entire family. 1. They want to develop a series of commercials that will target family members at various life stages. 2. describe Erikson's theory of Psychosocial development. In your descri